There are some things that can only be said after death. Aided by a talking staff that thinks it is alive, Fumika delivers Shigofumi, the last words and feelings of the dead in the form of letters, to their addressees. Whether they are letters of apology, revenge, or simply a final farewell, she always brings them to their destination. Delivering Shigofumi is not always an easy job; as some people refuse to believe such things as letters from the dead are possible, while others are afraid of what these letters might contain. But the mail must go through; what the recipients decide to do with it afterwards is up to them.
Shigofumi is strange. It mixes an interesting premise, very dark themes and mental disorders with a touch of goofy humor. It's episodic and yet has a coherent, overarching plot that gets developed in every episode. It shouldn't work, but it really does. Weird stuff happens, a lot of it. But it still works somehow. The format of the show is a quiet tough girl delivering... read more
Let me just say that I have never been this disappointed in an anime, after an absolutely brilliant first two episodes this anime goes downhill to the point where it becomes unwatchable.I have a hard time believing whoever wrote the script for the first two beautiful and unbelievably tragic first two episodes was involved in any of the remaining. They were so sad I almost cried and managed to perfectly set the... read more
Episode 13 only released on the DVDs.
Shigofumi Picture Drama
Shigofumi: Stories of Last Letter (Light Novel)